This exclusive report ranked the best wWrld's car markets tracking their evolution. It is a powerful tool to understand the automotive sector with a global approach. Focus2move.com is the only global consulting company publishing such a report, as an extraction of its world's markets database.View items...
October 2013 global car sales were strong again with a robust increase of 0.6 mln from year ago definitively projects 2013 at new record. Top 50 Brands Ranking surprice was the phenomenal Peugeot performance in Top 10 outpacing Fiat.
September 2013 Glocal car sales were reported with a robust increase, driven by a roaring demand in China. United Kingdom was fourth thanks to strong seasonality. Thailand was the worst year on year performer while Kazakhstan was the best. See details by market inside!
September 2013 Brand Ranking published by focus2move monthly reported a sharp advantage of Toyota over Volkswagen and Ford. Considering the bestselling models, the battle usually is between Toyota Corolla and Ford Focus, while Volkswagen is able to place many different models in top 25. Discover who is the leader!
September 2013 preliminary global automotive sales rose 7.2% from last year at 7.1 million units and projecting the whole 2013 figure at 82.5 million, up 3%. September Top 50 Global Car Brands ranking reported strong performance for Opel, Byd, Volvo and Land Rover.
Global car sales kept the pace in August with sales up 3.4% from year ago and final year figures projected at 83.2 million units. World's car sales were pulled up by China and USA, while key markets, such as Brazil, Russia and Thailand were heavy negative.
The automotive sector is keeping the pace as global car sales rose 4% in August and 3.5% in first eight months of the year. On top of Best 50 World's car brands, August Ford sales were astonishing and only few units below Volkswagen's.
Ranking all the World's car markets by sales percentage increase in first half 2013, focus2move reports the worst markets were to invest. 16 out of worst 25 are in Europe, as France and Italy, but the list includes Japan and India.
Ranking all the World's car markets by sales percentage increase in first half 2013, focus2move reports the best markets were put money if keen to invest in the automotive, starting from Peru, Nigeria and Kazakhstan.
Extracting statistics for all light passenger vehicles markets worldwide, this report features the Top World's Car Markets sales in June 2013, with cumulated data for first half of this year. Trend analyzed starts from what happened in full year 2012.
World's car market grew 3% in first half 2013 with top brand ranking stable in the first 8 positions. While Toyota leadership is undisputed, Volkswagen needs to cover the shoulder from Ford. Renault outpaced Fiat in 8th as Dacia did with Seat in 39th.
Aggregating the top 81 World's car markets, it was released the Top50 Car Brands performance ranking, updated at May 2013, with sales volume, market share and recent quarters trend. The oldest brand in the world resulted the fastest growing: Ford Motor Company.
May confirmed the positive trend for the global passenger vehicles market posting a 3% increase from last year. However, next month's outlook is less positive. Argentina was the best country among the Top25, our exclusive ranking, that in May joined Algeria, soared in 24th place.
Pushed by strong demand in Brazil, China and US, the global passenger vehicles market in April surged 7.9% from last year. Ford reported a record share, reinforcing the third place, while Nissan dropped, losing 1 point of share from Q1.
Global car market significantly gained in April thanks to European Community zone back on black after nineteen's months and robust demand in Brazil and Asia. Among Top 25 countries, Brazil, Argentina, UK, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia were in good shape.